Its name comes from a famous millennial Holm oak on the estate that was used in ancient times for catching birds with a net.
Harvesting is done by hand in September, and the initial fermentation period is ten days, after which the wine is aged in the bottle for two months.
The straw yellow colour develops with a soft, floral aroma, and the lively flavour makes it a perfect white wine for fish and shellfish dishes.
|Denomination:||Bianco di Toscana, I.G.T. Casabianca|
|Grapes:||Trebbiano 30% – Malvasia 30% – Chardonnay 30% – Sauvignon 10%|
|Production area:||Bucine (AR) – Toscana|
|Vineyards area:||5 H.|
|Altitude:||330 asl south-west exposure|
|Plant breeding way:||Spurred Cordon|
|Planting density:||4.000 plants/ha|
|Yeld/Hectar (Wine):||60 Hectolitres|
|Harvest period:||Middle of September|
|Winemaking:||Fermentation maceration of 8/10 days
2 months of ageing in bottle
|Organoleptic characteristic:||Alcohol: 13%
Colour: Light yellow
Bouquet: Fruity, flowery, soft, pleasant
Taste/Flavour: Rich, harmonic, velvetly
|Pairing:||Seafood, shellfish dishes and fresh cheeses|
* From the 2016 Harvest alla wines are organic.